American rapper, singer, songwriter, producer, femcee and dancer, Baby Tate, has dropped the first single from his major label debut.
Titled “PEDI”, the new single is Baby Tate’s first record since she signed a record deal with Warner Records in 2021.
Tate was born on May 13, 1996 to soul singer Dionne Farris and musician/producer David Ryan Harris. She had little contact with her father while growing up, but her mother supported her musical ambitions. She started dancing and playing piano at an early age, and began producing her own beats by age 13.
The 25-year-old released the single “Damn Daniel” with British singer and rapper Bree Runway on April 30, 2020. On December 4, 2020, she released her sixth EP, After the Rain which included the singles “Rainbow Cadillac” and “I Am” featuring Flo Milli.
After the Rain is a playful but slappin’ EP that chronicles her tumultuous, year-long relationship. The rapper tells her story using a seven-track arc as her sonic attempt to escape from being codependent.
Baby Tate, who released the EPs ROYGBIV in 2015 and GIRLS in 2019, brought in songwriters and producers for the first time in her career. “I want people to feel good about themselves,” she said. “This year has been pretty rough for a lot of us, and at times, it can be very bleak. At the end of every storm, the rainbow comes back out.”